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against american timothy bradley. the filipino entered the bout looking to silence critics who were saying his skills had slipped following recent lackluster performances against marquez and shane mosley. from the outset, pacquiao looked sharp. >> the left hand moves bradley halfway across the ring. these power shots are taking their toll. >> he boxed well. i thought i saw some improvements from the last fight with marquez. >> so far you see a good fighter against a great fighter and that's been the difference. >> not even close. i was thinking it's a one-sided fight. >> maybe one of the judges could have found a round here or there to give to prbradley, but it appears to be a shutout. >> the lone complain from pacquiao's corner would be that he chose to cruise. >> he could have went for the kill and knocked him out and he chose just to win by decision. >> i guess they want to pick their fighter up and carry him around. >> to seemingly everyone, a one-sided verdict appeared to be a formalt. but then came the announcement. >> 113-111 for pacquiao. >> i was sho shocked. it was so close. are
was a four man 4-1 favorite against timothy bradley. the filipino entered the bout, looking to silence critics saying that his skills had slipped following lackluster performances. from the outset, pacquiao looked sharp. >> again, the left hand moves bradley half way across the ring. the power shots are taking the toll. >> he fought a smart fight and boxed well. i saw improvements from the fight with marquez. >> not even close. i mean, i was thinking that it was a 1-sided fight. >> maybe the judges could have found a round here or there to give bradley, it appears to us to be a shutout for pacquiao. >> the complaint from the corner was that pacquiao decided to cruise instead of accelerate to the finish. >> he could have knocked him out, he just decided to beat him in decision. >> bradley felt like he may not be at this level again, so they picked up their fighter and carried him around. >> a one-sided verdict appeared all by a formality. but then came the announcement of of the judges decision. >> i was shocked at the first one they gave us, it was so close. i thought you have to be ki
community's health problems one patient at a time. her name is jackie bradley and she opened a health clinic in the basement of a southeast d.c. church. a one woman full service clinic with a different approach. >> it is important for patients to know that you care. >> reporter: some might say jackie bradley does a bit more than care for her patients. the nurse practitioner said she spends more than 30 hours a week treating people at this tiny clinic in the basement of a church. that's on top of her job at kaiser permanente. >> we are here to provide good health care. but the next step is letting them know that you have a personal relationship with them. >> reporter: bradley is part of kaiser's community ambassador program which places nurse practitioners and physician's assistants in some of the most vulnerable areas. places where health care is lacking and people are suffering from chronic illnesses like diabetes, kidney disease and high blood pressure. people like terry young. bradley's first patient. >> i happened to lose my job and i have a condition that i have to be on my meds every d
a star. and tonight, bradley cooper tells us what made him take on a risky new role. >>> and, standing up for heroes. bruce springsteen helps pay tribute to our wounded warriors. i'll follow one kur ray use warrior on a path to face a new reality. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," november 8th, 2012. >> good evening, i'll bill weir. well, today in arizona, a 77-year-old man took his first free breath in 38 years. of course, people leave prison every day in this country, but what makes this moment extraordinary are the twists and turns that preceded it. the double homicide, the exwife's accusations, the desperate decades spent trying to prove innocence. abc's dan harris has been following this story for years, and brings us the very latest in this "nightline" investigates. >> reporter: you are looking at bill macumber's first breaths of freedom, after serving 38 years for a double murder he says he did not commit. >> big day, family day. >> reporter: this scene, the culmination of an
pilot bradley manning who stands accused of stealing classified documents and getting them to wikileaks. he's faced with 22 charges including aiding the enemy. he could spend life in jail. assange has not been charged with the united states. for the past five months he's been living in the ecuadoran embassy in london. he is facing extradition to sweden where he faces sexual charges which he denieses. it's great to see you, mr. assange, i wanted to start by asking you something that i see in the very beginning of your work. the internet is a threat socialization. why is the internet bad? >> well, here's the book here as well. it's on the back as well, that quote. but the internet has become integral to socialization, it is the device by which we communicate, by which we communicate our personal lives to one another. so the internet and civilization has merged. and that's a new phenomenon. it's not just that this has affected one colony buzz the global civilization has merged, is merging via the internet. so this affects civilization in a serious way. the big problem we have now is the co
is scrambling to find out where he got them. the government believes his source is military pilot bradley manning who stands accused of stealing classified documents and getting them to wikileaks. he's faced with 22 charges including aiding the enemy. he could spend life in jail. assange will not reveal his sources. assange has not been charged with the united states. for the past five months he's been living in the ecuadoran embassy in london. ecuador has granted him asylum. he is facing extradition to sweden where he faces sexual charges, which he denies. he just written a new book and joins us tonight. it's great to see you, mr. assange, i wanted to start by asking you something that i see in the very beginning of your work. it really shocked me. you said the internet is a threat too human civilization. but it's the tool by which you have become one of the world's most controversial people. why is the internet bad? >> well, here's the book here as well. it's on the back as well, that quote. but the internet has become integral to human civilization. it's the device by which we communic
this morning. also want to tell you coming up this hour our friend bradley cooper is back with us talking about his new film "silver linings playbook." ask him what's wrong with his philadelphia eagles more importantly. >> that's not nice. >> is that how you treat a guest? >> him, yes. >> all right. >> another hollywood hunk to talk to, "twilight" star kellen lutz is here, and also ahead some of michael jackson's most prized possessions are going to be -- going up on the auction block, from the crystal-encrusted gloves. willie really has his eye on those, to the jackets from the bad tour. >> a little outside of my price range. >> are they pretty left? >> yeah. >> i would imagine. >> natalie is standing by at the news desk. she has a check of the headlines. natalie. >> good morning to you guys, once again. good morning, everyone. federal investigators are on the scene of a deadly collision in midland, texas. on thursday four people were killed when a freight train slammed into their parade float carrying wounded war veterans to a banquet of honor. among the victims was a two-time purple heart re
, is that the wilder effect or the bradley effect if you will, we've seen that sort of disappear in a way that makes polling awfully accurate right now. if you have the art of it right and the model is right, i think polling is spot on. >> explain for folks who don't know the bradley or wilder effect, because maybe they were asleep. bradley effect is when african-americans run receive about 3 percentage points lower than what they're polling. pollsters are saying sure, i'll vote for him. that didn't happen with president obama. even in the south he got a higher percentage than what some of the polls said. >> be more honest the pollsters. i thank you for that. >> when i see a nate silver poll but prediction, setting the probabilities at 85%, right, and then there's all of this sort of discourse in the public sector saying he's just an obamaite, he's driving the conversation. we're political scientists. probabilities are about how likely or unlikely an occurrence is. if president obama loses it doesn't mean he's wrong. >> it's like vegas. it's gambling. he's saying, there is a chance that he may lose
on the handful of states expected to decide the outcome. we have team coverage this morning. tahman bradley is in boston but t.j. winick starts it off from the windy city of chicago. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: good morning, rob and paula. well, election day may not be until tomorrow, but 27 million americans have already cast their votes. a sign how close the obama campaign believes this could be, the president appeared in new hampshire which only has four electoral votes. >> we're no longer relevant now. we're props because what's happened is now, the campaign falls on these 25-year-old kids who are out there knocking on doors making phone calls. >> reporter: there he was joined by bill clinton who mocked mitt romney's pitch. >> don't pay too much attention to what our solutions are. just be disappointed. look at me, i look like a president and i talk like one. and i'm telling you it's going to all be all right if you let me. >> reporter: with one day to go until the election, the candidates crisscross the battleground states. governor romney, 14 stops in seven states. president obama
to join president obama tahman bradley joins us live. >> reporter: good afternoon from boston the most expensive election in history is in the hands of voters. mitt romney on the ground in ohio, hunting for last minute votes. they cast their ballots this morning hoping republicans in key swing states do the same, heading out for a final push in pennsylvania and ohio romney was brimming with confidence about his chances in the buckeye state. >> feel great about ohio. >> reporter: the romney campaign needs to overcome president obama's advantage. poll shows mr. obama a three point edge many romney tracked a large -- large crowd last night. >> your votes and your work in new hampshire will help me become the next president of the united states. >> reporter: president obama and the first lady are home in chicago. the president stopped by a local campaign office. >> you have to tell the team that i appreciate them. >> reporter: the president ended his reelection bid an emotional rally last night in iowa. >> the president: to all of you who lived and breathed the hard work of change i want t
bradley biel was quiet, scoring just eight points. but we know he can play. he will have more good nights than bad ones. right now, though, randy whitman wants to see the bradley biel of old. >> basically, i could take myself hard. i was all over the place. i wasn't as hyped or active on both ends as i usually am. the coach pointed out it's hard for me to see. i think i'm playing hard. but until they show you the film, it's totally different. the film never lies. >> you know, we talk a lot about robert griffin, iii and how impressive he is. i think we're going to be saying the same thing about bradley biel two or three months from now. >> he's got game. i'll be happy to see him turn it around. >> he needs help. president obama: there's just no quit in america... and you're seeing that rht now. over five million new jobs. exports up forty one percent. home values... rising. our auto industry... back. and our heroes are coming home. we're not there yet, but we've made real progress and the... last thing we should do is turn back now. here's my plan for the next four years: making education
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on bradley manning. his hearing just started. when he declassifies information, it's a national crime. on another hand, you want to hype up something they should hype up, the killing of bin laden, all of a sudden, it gets declassified right away. >> if michael moore had gone to the pentagon and said i wanted to do a movie about the bin laden raid, they would probably not have set up meetings with top people in the c.i.a. and joint special operations commander, those involved in the command, right? you have this very selective leaking process that goes on. it's widespread throughout the government now where you have this really powerful executive branch that will only leak things or declassify things when it makes them look good and use classification as a weapon to attack critics and to try to keep things that might be embarrassing, so there's no consistency at all. i think that that's the real problem here. >> cenk: i think that's 100% right. on the other hand, the republicans of course as usual go over board with their criticism. i want to show you something about that from nightlin
's way and that put him over the top. we have two reports to begin our coverage. >> tahman bradley is in boston but first abc's t.j. winick is with the obama team in chicago. i assume the party may still be going on. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: rob and paula, a good morning to you. that's right. it was actually a narrow win gave president obama a decisive victory despite an unemployment rate that posed a serious threat to his 2012 campaign. president barack obama won a second term tuesday after a race that was primarily fought in just a handful of battleground states. >> you, the american people, reminded us that while our road has been hard, while our journey has been long, we have picked ourselves up, we have fought our way back, and we know in our hearts that for the united states of america, the best is yet to come. >> reporter: florida is still too close to call, but even if romney won the state, obama still handily beats him in the electoral college vote. the popular vote will likely be closer. >> and weather i earned your vote or not, i have listened to you, i have learn
robert de niro and bradley cooper and is directed and written by david o. russell. we'll talk about acting and the film. >> with david you can't -- the style in which he directs, you can't take -- you can't think it. you've got to just do it. and be ready to -- you have to be prepared with the dialogue, the character but he gives you things as you're doing it and you haveo go with at. you can't stop and say "wait, i didn't have my motivation." you have to go it with. >> it's a blessing as a director when you have someone who related personally to the material as mr. de niro and i do through our family experiences. that made him bring it, i think, with an intensity and extraordinary performances. mr. cooper was being reintroduced to the world. i started the movie on his back. >> rose: we conclude this evening with a conversation about golf with nick faldo who has a new book with golf instruction. it's called "a swing for life." >> you stan and you think, okay, this feels really tough right now" and your stomach's going and you've got to worken it but then you say to yourself "this is
and win. >> rose: robert de niro, bradley cooper, david o. russell and nick faldo when we continue. captioning sponsored by rose communications from our studios in new york city, this is charlie rose. >> rose: when david o. russell first read matthew quick's novel "silver linings play book" it grabed him immediately. he was fascinated by the story of a troubled young man who struggles to rebuild his life after being released from a psychiatric institution. the book is now awe a movie starring bradley cooper, robert de niro and jennifer lawrence. here's a look at the trailer. >> let me break it down for you. the whole time you're rooting for this hemingway guy to survive the war and be with the woman he loves. >> it's 4:00 in the morning. >> can't somebody say hey, let's have a good ending to the story. i can't apologize. you know what i will do? i'll apologize on behalf of earnest hemingway, that's who to blame here. >> have hemingway call us and apologize to us, too. >> i'm getting fit for nicky. >> patrick, she left, she's gone. >> doc, i have one instinct. i come home from work,
. also, vice chair of the senate intelligence committee, senator saxby chambliss. actor bradley cooper will join us. and documentary filmmaker ken burns. >>> up next, mike allen with the top stories in the "politico playbook." but first, bill karins with a check on the forecast. bill. >> hey, mika, good friday morning. this weekend forecast shaping up to be a nice one. a little chillier than some of us would like, but it will be dry just about everywhere. as far as today goes, the areas still cleaning up from hurricane sandy, no storms in the cards this weekend or even next week. that's great. a cold morning just like yesterday. the afternoon will be okay. temperatures getting up into the 40s and 50s in almost all locations in the northeast. now, the troublesome weather over the next week is going to be all located on the west coast. just had some rain move through los angeles, which is always a big deal. that will continue through the ho morning. some of that rain in the bay throughout your morning rush ho hour. here's the l.a. forecast, one of the worst in the nation, a chance of rai
news in the case of accused army whistleblower bradley manning. on wednesday, he offered to submit a partial guilty plea on charges of leaking classified documents to wikileaks in return for the government agreeing to pursue lesser charges. his attorney said that bradley manning is prepared to plead guilty to some of the council and not the entire case as a whole. manning is reportedly ready to admit to leaking documents to wikileaks but is refusing to plead guilty to the charges of espionage or aiding the enemy. he has been held in military custody since may 2010 following his arrest while serving in iraq. for more we are joined by author of the book "private bradley manning." what is the latest you know, denver? >> it appears bradley manning has offered a plea on lesser charges. in essence, he is offered to concede he did provide information to wikileaks so that the amount of evidence the government would have to show to that fact would be lessened, presumably, in exchange for a lesser charge. he certainly has not pled guilty to the charges and to the espionage act or the charge
. bradley wiggins, and the north of england. wiggins, a strong campaigner for bicycle safety and bicycle helmets was taken to the hospital but his injuries are not thought to be serious. he is expected to make a series -- speak recovery. the person who works near the scene described what she saw. >> very unsettled. even that sloan speed -- obviously bradley was a -- is a world champion and he would have been going at speed. both of them hitting each other would cause a lot of pain for him. it was mainly his ribs more than anything -- he was holding his ribs. his breathing was not the best obviously. and his color did change quite a lot -- he did go quite pale, as slightly light blue really. >> which does not sound good. but he is going to be ok, we understand. still to come on "gmt," barely a week after super storm sandy, thousands of homes plunged back into darkness with a fresh storm hitting the east coast. almost 50 people killed and many more missing after a strong earthquake off of guatemala's pacific coast. the number of deaths is likely to rise as emergency workers came through th
, maryland. bradley manning is facing more than 20 charges including aiding the enemy. they say he is not planning guilty to federal charges but less serious offenses. bradley manning festival to go on trial in february. >> a teenager said she was assaulted and a library. she said she felt a man following her and watching her, she left the library around 9:00 a.m. -- 9:00 p.m. tuesday night. she said the man committed a bathroom and touched her and pushed her. people are shaken by this incident. >> that is really scary. i come to the library almost every day for school. walking to my car gets kind of creepy. especially in the night. the lights are dark and it gets and the. >> the victim was not hurt. the man ran off when she started screaming. >> president obama now getting back to business after his re- election. he announced plans for a ground- breaking visit and about two weeks. this would be the first by an american president to the area. meanwhile in the west, groups calling on a president obama to work on immigration reform. several organizations plan to rally in the white ho
bloomberg announced water and meals will be distributed tyndareus around the city. tahman bradley has more on the efforts in new york city and new jersey. >> and the may be gone, but frustration is growing. >> we are going to freeze. >> this manhattan neighborhood, recovery continuing at a slow pace. president forgotten.have been >> they have no value. they see other areas are being taken care of and they overlooked us. hundreds showed up to local churches and aid organizations for food. very needed right now. it was another night of the cold for s.i.. thousands of still without .ower, many homeless michael and his family among gumbel. -- among them. >> mine young becerra, daddy, i home.o go said.youngest >> transportation is still a nightmare. drivers waited in o get gas andeep t people waited for blocks to catch the bus. >> where are the buses? >> checkpoints were set up to force people to carpal. door-to-door rescues by the nationalws and guard continued in new jersey natural gas fires burned. new york city will try to return normal. the marathon will go on, but say it should not, becau
named danny living in a psychiatric facility, where danny befriends bradley cooper's character, pat, who tells danny about a special woman in his life. take a look. >> what did he say? >> you were helping each other out, you were nice and you -- you had a mouth on you, but -- >> whoa, whoa, whoa. >> a little mouthy. >> no, please, tell me more about what he said in the letter. >> anything you want to know, i will tell you in the letter, nothing, it was a very cool letter. >> cool. >> she's fine. >> she is my friend with an f. >> a capital f. >> you slipped your humor in there. >> nice to have you. and by the way, we appreciate all the grooming you did for us today. >> thank you. thank you. >> no one smells better in this studio than chris today. >> smells fine. >> tell us about your character in this. you are -- we said a little bit about it in a psychiatric hospital with bradley cooper's character. >> come on. a few weeks in there, >> i think we all crazy. no, it's a fun character, real fun character. you know, i play a character named danny and he is -- he meets bradley cooper's charac
. >> hey, tiffani. you look nice. >> thank you. >> bradley cooper and jennifer lawrence, each damaged goods. he is bipolar, out of the state hospital, and there's a restaining order to keep him away from his estrengthed life. her police officer husband was and i would she didn't cope well in life either. >> elrealy pretty. >> oh, my. >> that's confusing. >> wait. what's happening? >> battle lines drawn and bradley has issues like waking his folks at 4:00 a.m. to talk about hemingway and is on sesdz with getting his wife back. >> getting trim for nickie. >> patrick, she left. she's gone. >> yes, robert deniro, his dad. this is a small, gritty film, shot in a philadelphia neighborhood. funny at times. intense in others. we watch them go through changes, and for bradley and jennifer, sort of salvation might come in dance competition. >> this is what i believe to be true. you have to work your hardest. if you stay positive you have a shot. >> forget bradley copper as the sectioness man. consider him as a best actor candidate, and jennifer lawrence is complex, fragile. this film is an emotional
's fundamentally unfair. when we come back, bradley manning has been in prison for nearly three years. his hearing is finally underway and for the first time, he spoke today. we will tell you what he said and it was dramatic. it's a tradition honey. [ singing christmas carols ] mmmm. [ female announcer ] make new traditions with pillsbury grands! cinnamon rolls. ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] holiday cookies are a big job. everything has to be just right. perfection is in the details. ♪ ♪ get to holiday fun faster with pillsbury cookie dough. you. >> cenk: on the progressive segment, we usually have to give you bad news, but today rare good news especially on civil liberties. you can do indefinite detention of american citizens and non-american citizens. bipartisan list of senators is fighting back against that. it's not the usual cast of characters. that is bipartisan leadership against the indefinite provision. >> cenk: look at that, that is a republican speaking out about civil liberties and he's absolutely right. dianne feinstein is saying hey you know what, it's
. >> tahman bradley is in boston. but first, t.j. winick is with the obama team in the windy city of chicago, where i assume the party may still be going on. good morning, t.j. >> reporter: rob and paula, good morning to you. that's right. it was actually a series of narrow state wins that gave president obama a decisive victory, despite an unemployment rate that posed a serious threat to his 2012 campaign. president barack obama won a second term tuesday, after a race that was primarily fought in just a handful of battleground states. >> you, the american people, reminded us that, while our road has been hard, while our journey has been long, we have picked ourselves up. we have fought our way back. and we know in our hearts, that for the united states of america, the best is yet to come. >> reporter: florida is still too close to call. but even if romney won the state, obama still handily beats him in the electoral college vote. the popular vote will likely be closer. >> whether i earned your vote or not, i have listened to you. i have learned from you. and you've made me a better presiden
reelection tuesday. he's expected to focus on the looming fiscal cliff facing the nation. tahman bradley joins us from washington, d.c. with a preview of what the president is expected to outline. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. shortly after he was reelected, president obama called congressional leaders to discuss the so-called fiscal cliff. a major issue that has to be solved by the end of the year. democrats and republicans say they are willing to talk but there's a major hurdle. showdown looming, as democrats and republicans strike a conciliatory tone both sides are set to collide over taxes. >> raising tax rates is unacceptable and frankly it couldn't pass the house. >> reporter: in an interview house speaker boehner drew a hard-line on raising taxes but opened the door to raising more revenue. >> i would do that if the president were serious about solving our spending problem and trying to secure our entitlement programs. >> reporter: democrats think the president has a hand date to raise taxes on families making more than $250,000 a year. >> there was a message sent to us
bradley joins us from washington with the latest. certainly, this picture tells the story. good morning, tahman. >> reporter: oh, this is remarkable stuff, rob and sunny. now, the lottery officials are tight-lipped. but speculation is growing. a missouri man has come forward. and you're about to see video of another guy at the moment he realizes he's rich. could this man be america's newest multimillionaire? to be clear, the names of the powerball jackpot winners have not been released. but this surveillance video obtained by abc affiliate wjla, from a gas station in upper maryland, shows a construction worker, realizing his life is about to change. the clerk and customers at the exxon station says the man showed them a ticket with all six winning numbers, matching the $587.5 million powerball jackpot. >> he couldn't believe it. he was ecstatic. he wanted everybody to check to see make sure he wasn't seeing things. >> reporter: the man bought the ticket in arizona. one of the two winning tickets was sold in arizona. >> i heard him say he won. and gave me the ticket. and said, did i real
waiting for buses and gas in the -- as they face a forecast that includes another storm. tahman bradley joins us live with more. >> reporter: good morning. new york is taking steps toward normalcy, limited amtrak service resumes today and crews are working to restore power in manhattan ahead of a deadline tomorrow. still, enormous hurdles. sandy may be gone, frustration in parts of new york is growing. >> we are going to die, we are going to freeze. we have 90-year-old people. >> reporter: in this manhattan neighborhood, recovery continues at a slow pace residents feel like they've been forgot . >> they have no value, they -- they see other areas are being taken care of and they totally overlooked us. >> reporter: hundreds showed up for food at local churches and aid organizations. >> all the food we had to throw out. >> reporter: it was another night of darkness and cold for hard hit staten island. thousands still without power, many homeless, among them mike and his family. >> my youngest daughter yesterday said daddy i want to go home. i said it is going to be a while honey. she don'
and do satellite interviews to get out the vote. the president voted nearly two weeks ago. tahman bradley will have a live report in just a few minutes. >>> a few hotly contested local congressional races. katie marzullo join a closer look. >> reporter: i have california blown up on the big board, zoomed in on the bay area. starting in the peninsula district 14, democratic incumbent jackie spear her opponent, the republican, a businesswoman and biotech consultant. now to the east bay to look at a different race, district 11, george miller the democratic incumbent. his challenger republican virginia fuller. registered nurse who became a united states citizen in the year 2000. one of the most interesting races to watch today is going to be this massive north bay district 2. republican roberts democrat huffman neither is the incumbent. someone new getting elected there. roberts is a securities broker, huffman is an environmental attorney as well as a state assemblyman. brand new representative for folks in district 2. i'll be back with a look at other races in the bay area. >>> voters headin
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